Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have reportedly spoken very little to each other since announcing their split. “She is keeping busy, loving being with her girls and has a great attitude.” The insider continues, “She wishes the best for Justin. Aniston and Theroux were married for two years and together for a total of seven years.
This Is Us star Chrissy Metz reveals in her new memoir This Is Me that she suffered physical and mental abuse at the hands of her stepfather. She also explains the forced her to do weigh-ins starting at age 14. This Is Me is out March 27.
Diddy’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Moguls. GQ spoke with some of the artists who’ve worked with Sean “Diddy” Combs. According to them, these are the habits that have made Diddy an effective mogul:
- Having a vision. “He likes to stay 10 steps ahead of what’s going on with everything,” Timbaland explains. “The partying, lifestyle and his whole branding.”
- Being a perfectionist. “The whole ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop’ thing, that’s him all the way,” says Sara Strokes of Da Band. “I’ve never met anybody that has worked harder than him. He instills that in everybody he comes across.”
- Showing tough love. According to 112’s Q, “He does not tolerate excuses. If you’re here to do a job, you’re here do a job.”
- Inspiring everyone around him. Speaking about Diddy, rapper Keith Murray notes, “He inspires you to be you, and be free. He loves to make people have fun when he’s around.”
- Leaving people out in the cold. Members of 112 admit that their boss would often leave them at the recording studio to fend for themselves and find their own way home.
- Being a cool dad. Diddy’s son Christian Combs explains, “I ain’t gonna lie, from day one, just watching him and stuff, I always knew I wanted to be like him.”
- Never sleeping. According to Faith Evens, Diddy had “no sleep” painted in the hallway in one of the first Bad Boy offices.
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